When I open Zeal (development docs viewer) from the wibar, then minimize it, it goes back to the wibar.

Skype, however, stays in the taskbar. I have to Ctrl-W its chat window, and Shift-Mod4-C its main window! Yuck.

Synergy (the keyboard/mouse sharing application) behaves just as Skype does.

Zeal has two options "Minimize to system tray instead of taskbar" and "Hide to system tray on window close". Yes and yes!

Why isn't this the default behaviour of apps, and is there anything Awesome does/could do to enforce it? Is it all (only) up to the application, or are there window properties that will make them work that way?


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